Social Media Marketing Boot Camp Begins On September 27

Social Media Marketing Boot Camp, an online event that features major speakers and small group workshops, begins Tuesday, September 27. If you still haven't registered for the event, you should honestly think about joining. Not only do you get to learn valuable information from social media experts, but you also get to participate in the discussion, which enables you to learn more than you would from a YouTube video.

Social Media Marketing Boot Camp, an online event that features major speakers and small group workshops, begins Tuesday, September 27. If you still haven’t registered for the event, you should honestly think about joining. Not only do you get to learn valuable information from social media experts, but you also get to participate in the discussion, which enables you to learn more than you would from a YouTube video.

Over the past month, I have written two articles regarding Social Media Marketing Boot Camp. For those of you who never had the chance to read my two articles, I suggest that you go back and read each of them. The first article, which focuses on Robert Scoble, a well-known video blogger, goes over Robert’s Google+ session.

Social Media Marketing Boot Camp: David Meerman Scott, my second article, discusses David Meerman Scott’s background in online marketing and provides a sneak peak of his session, which goes over engaging your market, connecting with your customers and creating products. David’s session is a must for any online marketer.

For those of you who are interested in Tumblr, Jessica Bennett, Newsweek Writer, uses a Newsweek case study to show how to attract an audience to Tumblr. Jake Furst, Business Development Manager of Foursquare, helps users that are interested in using Foursquare as a marketing tool. Inside Facebook’s, Josh Constine, explains how to execute Facebook marketing campaigns. As a registered user, you have access to the above courses and more, so register to now to gain access!

CJ Arlotta covers the world of social gaming for development firms as well as the average consumer. Currently, he is accumulating more knowledge of the international gaming market to follow and understand what global developers may need to compete with already striving markets.  Check out CJ Media Solutions for more.